Hey everybody (first post), I've been lurking here and scouring the web lately for someone in a similar predicament as myself, but found none. I could probably figure this out myself, but I'd rather be safe than sorry and ask the experts (you people). I don't know a whole lot about rooting. I have jailbroken countless iPhones/iPod Touchs, but this is a different league. I don't even know how to SBF (thought that needn't be explained as I can probably find a tut for that on here). I know it can't be that tough though cause I am tech savvy. Anyhow, on to the dilemma. My situation: (also I'm on OS X) >Droid X running 4.5.605/2.3.3 >Previously rooted so SuperUser and AdFree and some other old root software is still on there.I don't know if the phone is still rooted or not. It was rooted and then I just said screw it and continued to takes OTA updates, so make of that what you will. I get the hunch it is, but then again, I don't know. The end result is to hopefully have .605 rooted. From what I've gathered, since I have had previously rooted I need to: 1.)(Back my stuff up pre-step1?) SBF .605 (to remove root and start fresh?) 2.) root .605 via the D3 one-click method 3.) @ what point in this process does backing up my files on the phone come in, or should I @ all? I have heard that backing up via Titanium or Nandroid will only save the state of your device/apps/etc in whatever particular system version you backed up. Meaning if I backed up on 4.5.605, those things won't carry over, which personally doesn't make much sense to me. Sorry if this is difficult to follow, TL;DR I need to get a previously rooted DX currently running 4.5.605 into a rooted state, via Mac OS X. I pretty much just need an order of operations.